Licensed in multiple states, Paige Boldt doesn’t let physical distance get in the way of advocating for her clients across the country.
A desire to advocate for the greater good initially led Paige to work for governmental agencies, including the Fort Worth City Attorney’s Office, the United States Attorney’s Office, and ultimately the Texas Attorney General’s Office in the Consumer Protection and Public Health Division.
In the Attorney General’s office, she quickly understood the need to litigate for greater access to healthcare information and consumer protection but wanted to extend this advocacy across the country. This led her to join the nationally renown Watts Guerra LLP as part of the firm’s Mass Torts Department in 2012. Since 2012, she has grown her practice to represent clients in aircraft, train, and automotive accidents and product failures.
Paige focuses on representing clients who have been wronged by the actions of large corporations, including cases such as catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, defective pharmaceuticals and medical devices, and other mass torts. Paige is licensed to practice law in Texas, California, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, but has represented clients from every state in the country, filing personal injury and wrongful death cases nationally. In addition to managing the Mass Tort department, tackling personal injury, and mass tort cases, Paige also recognizes the importance of comprehensively serving clients and has taken on contract, probate, and bankruptcy issues as they arise in the firm’s cases during litigation and settlement.
She achieved numerous academic accolades at both her law school, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and her undergraduate program at Southwestern University. While at Texas Wesleyan School of Law, Paige served as Notes and Comments Editor of the inaugural Texas Wesleyan Journal of Real Property Law as well as Vice-President and Case Director of the school’s largest Pro Bono organization, the Wesleyan Innocence Project. Paige has been published in the Texas Wesleyan Journal of Real Property Law, with her note on “Condemning Fair Market Value: An Appraisal of Eminent Domain’s ‘Just Compensation’.”
Paige is happily married to her husband, Justin, a manufacturing engineer with Wabtec Locomotive. They have two young sons in Fort Worth, Texas.